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Cobb Wines

Cobb Wines Cobb Wines was established in 2001 to produce exceptional and classic Pinot noir wines reflecting the climate and soils of our coastal Sonoma County vineyards in Northern California. David Cobb, owner and farmer of Coastlands Vineyard, oversees the vineyards producing our grapes. Business matters are coordinated by Stephen Cobb. Ross Cobb is our winemaker. Ross received his degree in Agroecology and Sustainable Agriculture from the University of California at Santa Cruz and has been making wine for 15 years. He began his career as a wine chemist at Ferrari-Carano Vineyards and Winery in Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma County, where he also established a soil laboratory and winery research team. After working with Randall Grahm at Bonny Doon Winery, he accepted a job at Williams-Selyem Winery in the Russian River Valley of California as the enologist and viticulturist with Burt Williams, and later with their new winemaker, Bob Cabral. In 2000 Ross joined Flowers Vineyard and Winery in Cazadero, California, where he is now Winemaker. Cobb Wines are also produced at the Flowers winery.


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18100 Fitzpatrick Lane, Occidental, CA, US, 95465 Email:
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  Cobb "Coastlands & Rice-Spivak Vineyards" Pinot noir
Winemaker's description of the 2005 "Coastlands & Rice-Spivak Vineyards": "Dark ruby color. Aromas and flavors of raspberry, cola, cherry, mineral, and white pepper. Crisp acidity, rich and delicious with a long, complex finish."
  Cobb "Coastlands & Rice-Spivak Vineyards" Pinot noir
Winemaker's comments on the 2006 "Rice-Spivak Vineyard" also in barrel: "Aromas and flavors of red plum, cherry, spice, and earth. Orange-blossom and cola. Smooth and crisp."
  Cobb "Coastlands Vineyard" Pinot noir
Winemaker's comments on the 2006 "Coastlands Vineyard" now in barrel: "Dark ruby color. Aromas and flavors of raspberry, plum, cherry, spice, white pepper, and minerals. Smooth entry followed by crisp acidity."


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